MotoGP Le MansLe Mans / France 10/05/2024 - 12/05/2024 Circuit Bugatti
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If you have even the slightest passion for racing, you've surely heard the name Le Mans before. The 24 Hours of Le Mans race is simply legendary. It's so iconic that the racing enthusiast, Steve McQueen, once tried to immortalize the race and its surroundings on the silver screen. But Le Mans is not just about racing cars; it's even more synonymous with motorcycles and the Grand Prix of France. And now, you have the opportunity to secure your MotoGP Le Mans ticket through Global-Tickets ticket. Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind racing experience in one of the birthplaces of modern speed addiction!
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When it comes to the Grand Prix and motorsport, few names hold as much significance as Le Mans. Even with the "new" MotoGP Le Mans, the racing track remains an iconic destination. The first Grand Prix de France took place on August 26, 1912. Spanning approximately 30 kilometers and 15 laps, it was a thrilling spectacle that saw British rider Oliver Godfrey emerge victorious on an Indian motorcycle. The race repeated in the following years. However, the precursors to MotoGP Le Mans had a broader scope. In 1913, the ACF organized the Grand Prix de France for automobiles, while simultaneously hosting a motorcycle race called the Grand Prix de Picardie. Today, it is regarded as the first French MotoGP. A continuation was planned for the Motorcycle Grand Prix on August 15, 1914, in Le Mans. However, the outbreak of World War I prevented this from happening. It wasn't until May 1920 that the Grand Prix de France was revived in Fontainebleau. In the same August, the Grand Prix de l'UMF joined in Le Mans. Both races were conducted separately each year until 1936. In 1937, as a tribute to the World Exposition held in Paris that year, the Grand Prix de l'Exposition took place in Montlhéry. Organized by the MCF under the patronage of the UMF, it marked the first union of both Grands Prix. The classes up to 175 and up to 250 cc were contested as the 21ème GP de France (MCF), while the classes up to 350 and up to 500 cc formed the 17ème GP de l'UMF.
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In 1938, the 18th and final Grand Prix of the UMF became part of the Motorcycle European Championship. The Grand Prix de France of the MCF was no longer held. The following year, the Grand Prix de France took place at the Circuit de Reims-Gueux. However, racing activities came to a halt due to the Second World War. On May 15, 1946, the UMF transformed into the Fédération Française de Motocyclisme. The first GP de France after the Second World War was held in 1949 at the Circuit du Comminges in Saint-Gaudens, but it was not yet part of the newly established Motorcycle World Championship. In 1951, the race became part of the World Championship for the first time. It took place at the Circuit d'Albi and was contested in four classes. The Grand Prix was not included in the World Championship in 1952. From 1953 to 1955, it regained World Championship status. In 1956, the race was not held due to the accident at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1955, and in 1957, it had to be canceled due to fuel supply shortages caused by the Suez Crisis. After not being counted towards the Motorcycle World Championship in 1958, it has been an uninterrupted part of the World Championship ever since. Only in the years 1968, 1971, and 1993, there was no Grand Prix de France. Since 2001, the MotoGP of France has firmly established itself in Le Mans and has become an indispensable part of the circuit.